On Fri, 28 Jan 2005, Kris Jurka wrote:
>> Doesn't C need to be quoted? A few of those looked like this:
>> LANGUAGE C STRICT
> This is perfectly legal:
> The name of the language that the function is implemented in. May be
> SQL, C, internal, or the name of a user-defined procedural language. For
> backward compatibility, the name may be enclosed by single quotes.
Oh, ok. Good to know.
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